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Charlie and Lee are in Andover to change Amy and Steve's muddy plot into a practical garden that suits the whole family, including the children and Tyson the dog. The couple would also like a relaxing space, as ex-soldier Steve suffers from PTSD. So what do Charlie and Lee have in store for the £4,000 budget?
In Picardie in northern France, Ithaca and Alex start to prepare for their annual fundraising brocante and flower fair. However, despite meticulous planning, the rain threatens boggy ground and a total washout. Tim and Margeeth try to turn an old stable into a cheese and wine-tasting venue and must learn some new skills along the way. New owners Alison and Zion make a start on repairs to their long-abandoned 19th-century château, but even with an 18-metre cherry picker, some jobs prove too tricky. Narrated by Adjoa Andoh.
Serving up the last meal of the week in and around Sheffield, Zimbabwean operations manager Mizzy hopes to scoop the grand with an evening of traditional Afro-Caribbean food. A fun-filled night of dancing leads to a discussion of the week's highlights - warts and all.
Bradley Walsh presents as Phil from Liverpool, Helen from Bedford, Jamie from Edinburgh and Victoria from Warwick take on one of the Chasers and hope to win a cash prize. They work as a team and play strategically to answer general knowledge questions against the clock and race down the game board to the exit without being caught.
An investigation into concerns that senior Metropolitan Police officers were linked to organised crime and that murders were going unsolved because of corruption, in a bid to address claims that the Met is institutionally corrupt.
Back in the 1930s, Skoda's Czech factory was one of the biggest arms producers in Europe and became the cover for espionage, sabotage and the liberation of Jews from all over Europe.
The live semi-finals will welcome back the acts who impressed the judges as well as our golden buzzer performers, singer Loren Allred; comedian Axel Blake; dancers Born to Perform; magician Keiichi Iwasaki and singer/songwriter and musician Flintz & T4ylor.
Ant and Dec will host the semi-finals while Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and David Walliams return to the judges' desk. Eight contestants will perform in each live semi-final. The first finalist is chosen via public vote and the second finalist will be chosen by the judges.
In this week's Gardeners' World, Monty Don shows how to get the best from tomatoes planted in grow bags, demonstrates how to divide agapanthus, and we catch up on developments in the recently revamped dry garden.
Adam Frost shares the progress at his new plot and tackles planting in a shady border against a north-facing wall. Frances Tophill meets a couple in Worcestershire who've created a garden inspired by their travels around the world.
We visit an allotmenteer in Lancashire who has a productive and bountiful harvest of vegetables all year round. In Cornwall, we meet a window cleaner on a mission to champion trees, and more Gardeners' World viewers share the joy that gardening brings them.
This week, we power through the Peak District at full steam, pulled by the Royal Scot — one of the finest locomotives ever built.
The multi-award-winning host sets out to put the fun back into Friday night, joined in the studio by a dazzling array of famous faces from the worlds of entertainment, music and sport, alongside house band the Compozers. On this show, he is joined by music legend Nile Rodgers, comedian Iain Stirling and rapper Aitch.
An alarming event triggers a drastic change in the magical universe. Only The Charmed Ones, along with Harry and Jordan, can save the world where humankind and magical beings co-exist..but they'll risk their lives in the process.
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